Several people suggested that we share Julie Whitaker's article "2015 Oscar-Nominated Movies You Can Watch From Home." After all, it's usually difficult for parents (especially of younger children) to find time to get out to a movie.
My partner and I still go to the movies, though it's only about once a month for the latest special effects bonanza. We prefer to stream more thoughtful movies at home. You know, with a glass of wine.
While traveling long distances is not a part of every family's summer plans, for some families who live far away from grandparents and extended family, this is peak travel season. A useful, thrifty guide to activities and apps that help keep young kids entertained on long trips.
Holiday break is a great time for both you and the kids to get some much needed R&R, but without schools open, life can quickly become boring without its usual stimulation. That’s where the joy of STEAM comes in - with plenty of creative (and often inexpensive!) ways to stay entertained and active at home. Encourage everyone in the family to partake in a “STEAM Staycation” with some of our favorite engaging activities.
People with winter birthdays report being the most dissatisfied with their birth dates. The reasons are many. If a child has to have their big day smashed in between all the other big days, there are ways to make it work.